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E4.70 Status of applicant on lodging an application

See also Immigration Act 2009 s 14(2)

Lodging an application for a visa for a person who is in New Zealand does not:

  1. render the person’s presence in New Zealand lawful; or
  2. give the person a right to remain in New Zealand while the application is considered; or
  3. give the person a right to apply for or be granted any other visa pending determination of the application; or
  4. inhibit any deportation procedures under the Immigration Act 2009 that may apply to that person.

Effective 29/11/2010


E4.1 Who may be included in an application

E4.5 Temporary entry class visa for partners and dependent children

E4.10 Definition of 'ordinarily resident' in New Zealand

E4.15 Where to lodge an application

E4.20 Where an application will be processed

E4.25 Date an application is lodged

E4.30 Date an application is made

E4.35 Receipt of applications

E4.40 How an application must be lodged

E4.45 Applications not lodged in the prescribed manner

E4.50 Requirements for lodging an application for a temporary entry class visa

E4.55 Bonds

E4.60 Payment of the fee and immigration levies

E4.65 How supporting documents must be submitted

E4.75 Obligation to inform of all relevant facts, including changed circumstances (to 25/09/2023)

E4.80 DNA testing for verifying claimed relationships

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